Bucket elevators are designed to move flowing powders or bulk solids vertically. Bucket elevators use an endless belt or chain and have a series of buckets attached to it. Bulk material is spread into an inlet hopper. Buckets (or cups) dig into the material and convey it up and over the head sprocket/pulley, and then throw the material out a discharge throat.
Bucket elevators are not self-feeding and are fed at a controlled rate. The buckets are usually where the chain or belt path is vertical or steeply inclined in a single plane. The buckets are returned back down to a tail pulley or sprocket at the bottom.
There are four broad classifications of bucket elevators: centrifugal, continuous, positive, and internal discharge. The most commonly used are the centrifugal and continuous discharge elevators.
KS Engg Worksindustrial bucket elevators are made in a variety of shapes, weights and sizes, Z type bucket elevator, C type bucket elevator all utilizing centrifugal buckets or continuous buckets.
|Minimum Order Quantity||01 Piece|
|Operating Height||15 feet|
|Drive Technology||Geared Traction|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|